Cultivating a concrete sense of anti-racism - Deborah Augustine Elam

Insights from Leaders
2 min readJan 25, 2021
Cultivating a concrete sense of anti-racism — Deborah Augustine Elam

Regardless of gender, sexuality, age, race, class, or creed, cultivating a concrete sense of anti-racism is entirely your responsibility. But how do you get there? Unfortunately, there is no one right answer. The path to understanding racism is not linear. There is so much to know and even more to learn, and there will be many missteps along the way. You may not have all the answers at first, but take solace in the fact that as you live, learn, and grow the more you will know.

Deborah Elam (Deb), is a visionary senior executive and one of the country’s foremost experts in Diversity. She is an inspiring speaker, presenting on diversity to such esteemed audiences as The United Nations in New York and The House of Commons in London.

Deb is the President and CEO of Corporate Playbook™, a company that provides leaders with strategic direction to elevate diversity, inclusion, philanthropy, and culture in the workplace.

In addition to Corporate Playbook™, Deb created and hosts Dining with Deb™, an innovative dining experience that brings together professional women across racial, religious and political lines to drive meaningful connections and conversations.

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